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Current Programs

Work Desk

Find out more about guests we've connected with or, how to become a speaker to share your story!

Webinar Program

Career Hour with S.E.E.D.S.

We know that navigating careers is not easy, especially now more than ever. We know that it can be stressful and challenging. Career Hour with S.E.E.D.S. will highlight unique careers in STEM, learn about developing and improving key transferable skillsets, as we host young professionals, coaches and mentors to share their stories and impart advice and wisdom in the field they work.

These online webinars are aimed to facilitate in an interactive discussion where participants can ask questions, explore their curiosities in different STEM fields and learn about how to choose academic programs, navigate jobs, and find volunteer opportunities 

The goals of this program is to increase awareness about non-traditional careers/career paths, connect young people to young professionals to expand their network and help young people find and develop important skills to help them with their professional journey.


High-School Program

The S.E.E.D.S. Lunch n Learn STEM program provides a unique opportunity for high school students to explore atypical careers in the STEM and psychology fields.

Speakers will be practicing professionals and new grads in the field. They will give a brief description of their profession, including education and training on how to get there, personal experience from the job, and available resources for the profession


Post-Secondary Program

Grow your leadership skills and gain relevant educational/career experience by volunteering with our team. Instructor and executive opportunities for university/college students. 

Volunteer at one of our university chapters at:

  • University of Toronto (St. George or Scarborough Campus)

  • York University

  • Our Executive/Support Team.

Past Programs


Middle School Program

The S.E.E.D.S. Middle School Program was launched in 2012 at Samuel Hearne Middle School. The program expanded across Toronto, supporting students in grade 5-8. Through a series of after-school workshops students explored key health promotion topics from a scientific perspective.

They applied their learning to identify and develop solutions to issues in their community impacting youth. Their work was recognized and celebrated through Community Open House events where youth presented their ideas.

The program helped youth build their capacity by developing critical thinking, problem solving and team work skills, and provided a platform for them to influence change around issues important to them. 

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